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Another successful July 4th celebration

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Wednesday, 06 July 2011 10:44

Clear Lake boasts the biggest and best Fourth of July celebration -- and 2011 was no exception.  
    Officials from the Chamber of Commerce met Tuesday with those from Evans United Shows to review the six day 2011 celebration.  The report confirmed what all believed-- it was a very successful celebration.  According to Tom and Nancy

   

Chamber receives significant fireworks donation

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Wednesday, 06 July 2011 10:36

    The Clear Lake Area Chamber of Commerce has received a significant financial donation that will help establish a program to ensure the viability of its Fourth of July Fireworks for years to come.
    Clear Lake resident Arlene Hughes, who was a generous supporter of the fireworks each year, passed away last September.  In her memory, her sister, Jeanette White, recently made a $50,000 donation to the Chamber.   White stipulated that one-half of the donation be used toward fireworks related expenses and the remainder could be used for whatever programs the Chamber Board of Directors deemed appropriate.

   

Get ready!

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Wednesday, 29 June 2011 10:48

Six-day celebration will include presidential candidates in parade

 

Clear Lake’s traditional Fourth of July parade will also have traditional guests-- presidential candidates.
    The Clear Lake Area Chamber of Commerce has received word that three Republican candidates for the presidential race will walk in Monday’s 10 a.m. parade.

   

Changes coming for Clear Lake School Board

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Wednesday, 29 June 2011 10:43

Lake’s three incumbents announce re-election decisions

 

Two of the three incumbents on the Clear Lake School Board whose positions are set to expire in September have announced they will not seek re-election this fall.
    Longtime School Board member Ron Andrews and current Board President Tom Lovell said they have decided not to run in the Sept. 13 election.  Vice President Deb Betz has said she will seek a second full term on the Board.  She was initially elected in 2007 to finish the final year of a term vacated by Theresa Brakke.  She was then re-elected in 2008 to a three-year term.
    Terms on the Board are now four-years in length and elections are held every other odd-numbered year.
    Andrews said he feels the time is right for him to step away from the Board position he has held for the past 26 years.

   

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